A Request For The Legal Minds Who Follow This Blog
Filed under: Corruption, Court, Issues, New Hampshire, Question, Update
During my involvement with representing Jason Talley, I was fortunate to have been anonymously contacted by several people whom were well versed in the law. These people were invaluable to helping me help Jason escape imprisonment on what he believed to be corrupt court orders.
I recently heard from a law enforcement officer about an awesome judge in Carroll County who calls the jail on the weekends on her own accord simply because she wants to make sure defendants do not get held just because the court is closed. She legally doesn’t have to do that. I think she probably does it because she is a good person who uses her authority to protect individual liberty. I’ve never met this judge, but she sounds awesome.
The owner of this blog, and my friend, Ian Freeman, is presently attempting to legally require Judge Burke’s recusal from his present trespassing case. This morning I added a response from the Cheshire County Attorney’s office that I view as the most detailed response from the State regarding the incident with the judge illegally ordering Ademo Freeman’s arrest.
Judge Burke lied to have a resident of Keene, NH arrested, and then shifted the blame to law enforcement. How is this acceptable conduct for anyone, let alone a powerful judicial officer?
I would appreciate any ideas on how Ian should proceed.
The timeline of the case can be found here.
I’ve also heard from a lawyer that Judge Burke was Sullivan County Attorney Marc Hathaway’s “protégé.” If anyone knows anything about that, please let me know. You can contact me anonymously by just searching for a random throwaway email service.
The County Attorney was, of course, the decider that the Judge shouldn’t be charged with illegally ordering a citizens arrest.Want to discuss rather than just commenting here? Visit the Shire Society Forum.